Black Museum with Orson Welles
1 - G Schurmann - Horrors Of The Black Museum - Overture
Files donated by Bert Szoghy
December 24, 2013
A different era.
These programs are a great piece of history. How different the police were in those days. It seems the public called them sir and they had to do the job the hard way unlike today when a computer does all the work for them. The police may have become more distant to the public today but the same old crimes never seem to alter. It's great entertainment and I'd far prefer this program to a modern radio program such as the archers, and before political correctness blighted our lives.
April 12, 2009
A good effort
This is excellent entertainment even though the stories are not always accurate. Orson Welles voice as the narrator adds something though the accompanying 'music' can be quite annoying, but I suppose that this was used a time filler.